Department of Health and Human Performance

Chair: Davies

Director of Health and Physical Education: Fournier

Assistant Professor: Born

Instructors of Teaching: Fournier, Gilbert

Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Department of Health and Human Performance to prepare our students with specific professional skills to serve as highly qualified, ethical practitioners and leaders in their community of practice while modeling health behaviors and advocating for health and wellness.

Vision Statement

The Department of Health and Human Performance will be recognized for its innovation in education, strong experiential learning, and producing outstanding graduates. The Department will play a critical role in advancing the health and human performance professions to all through nationally distinguished programs, health and wellness promotion, evidence-based and inventive practice, and service to the community.

A Bachelor of Science degree is granted for completion of baccalaureate programs in the Department of Health and Human Performance.

Baccalaureate Programs:

Exercise Science for Health Professions

Multi-age Teaching Licensure in Health and Physical Education

Strength and Conditioning

Wellness and Health Promotion



Strength and Conditioning